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Hell’s Kitchen is about to get a heck of lot cuter with the addition Daredevil Dorbz figures to Funko’s series of collectibles based on the hit Netflix series.
And, as if that weren’t enough, the company has also debuted its Adventure Time Dorbz line, featuring Finn, Jake, Marceline the Vampire Queen, Flame Princess of the Fire Kingdom and Princess Bubblegum.
With this new line of mugs, you can have Funko Pops in the morning, Funko Pops in the evening, Funko pops anytime. Funko has again translated their popular Pop! Vinyl style, which has been applied to everything from “Harry Potter” to DC and Marvel movie heroes and “Naruto”, into ceramic mug form.
These new Pop! Ceramic Mugs depict five popular Star Wars characters and can hold 12 oz. of blue milk or coffee. The first wave includes Darth Vader, Chewbacca, BB-8, Boba Fett and a classic Stormtrooper.
Even as fans gear up for the release of the movie prequel Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Funko has unleashed another wave of Harry Potter Pop! vinyl figures.
Arriving in March, the new series features Harry Potter in his Triwizard Tournament uniform, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in their Yule Ball garb, Dobby the house-elf with a freeing sock, Sirius Black, Luna Lovegood, Draco Malfoy, a Dementor and Albus Dumbledore.
Funko, which last year launched Marvel Collector Corps, has now teamed with DC Comics for a similar subscription box service.
Announced this morning, Legion of Collectors will debut in March, offering exclusive DC collectibles, apparel and accessories. The first box will, of course, feature items from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, including an exclusive Armored Batman Pop! vinyl figure (the movie opens March 25).
More than six months after debuting the first two Pop! vinyl figures from its Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice line, Funko has called in Wonder Woman and Aquaman (plus a couple of others, but they’re the ones we really care about, right?).
Sure, we already saw a leaked “Aqua” version of the Sea King, but here is now in his full-color, tattooed, 3.75-inch glory, alongside a sword-wielding Wonder Woman, Knightmare Batman and Superman Soldier. Plus, the previously revealed Batman and Superman, of course.
This May, Captain America and Iron Man will go head-to-head over the Sokovia Accords in “Captain America: Civil War,” the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While much of the promotional material asks you to pick a side, you won’t have to when Funko’s new line of Pop! and Dorbz figures arrive in February and March.
Funko has debuted new Pop! figures of Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, Black Panther, Falcon, War Machine, Scarlet Witch, Sharon Carter, Winter Soldier and Crossbones for the upcoming film; additionally, Dorbz versions of Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, Black Panther, Falcon, Vision and Winter Solider have been announced. Notably, this will be Falcon’s first official Funko figure.
Funko has even further expanded its anime lineup with Pop! vinyl figures based on Naruto, Fairy Tail, Sword Art Online and Soul Eater. And if that weren’t enough, the company has also unveiled is Vinyl Idolz figure of legendary comics creator Stan Lee.
Available now, there are 3.75-inch vinyl figures of Lucy, Natsu and Happy from Fairy Tail, Asuna and Kirito from Sword Art Online, Soul and Maka from Soul Eater, and Naruto from, well, Naruto. The young ninja is joined by a special 6-inch figure of Kurama, the nine-tailed fox.
Deadpool’s race through a massive warehouse atop a pint-sized chimichanga truck, doing doughnuts as he goes, ends about as well as can be expected in this cute animated teaser for Marvel Collector Corps.
It’s the perfect promo for the Deadpool-focused February box, perfectly timed to coincide with the release of the eagerly awaited Ryan Reynolds movie.
Nearly six months after Funko revealed its Dark Knight and Man of Steel Pop! vinyl figures for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we finally got a look at Aquaman — by accident, apparently.
An all-blue exclusive “Aqua” version cropped up over the weekend on the Hot Top website, only to quickly disappear, letting us see Jason Momoa’s brooding Sea King in adorable Pop! form. It’s a pretty good likeness, as far as these things go, right down to the eyebrows and tattoos.
Funko has added Bleach and Tokyo Ghoul to its library of anime-inspired Pop! figures.
Available for preorder now, there are 3.75-inch vinyl figures based on Ichigo and Rukia for the long-running manga and anime Bleach, and One-Eyed Ghoul Ken Kaneki and fan-favorite Touka Kirishima from Tokyo Ghoul, which only recently found its way to North America.
In plenty of time for the second season of the hit Netflix drama, Funko is expanding its Pop! Marvel series with four figures based on Daredevil.
The first wave of 3.75-inch figures features three versions of Matt Murdock — in his civilian clothes, in his black vigilante costume, and in his Daredevil armor — plus Wilson Fisk. Sorry, no Foggy Nelson, yet. There’s also a Daredevil bobble-head keychain.
As we begin the countdown to New York Comic Con, Funko has unveiled its first wave of event-exclusive merchandise, including a Batman: Arkham Asylum (Detective Mode) 6-inch Dorbz, a Walking Dead bloody Daryl Dixon Vinyl Idolz, and a Tenth Doctor Pop! figure in a spacesuit.
They’re joined by the likes of the Star Wars Platinum Greedo Hikari figure, the classic Battlestar Galactica Commander Cylon Pop! figure, the Bravest Warriors Catbug Orange Glow Pop! figure, and the Futurama Alternate Universe Fry and Leela Pop! two-pack.
Seven months after launching its Marvel Collector Corps, Funko has announced a similar subscription box service for Star Wars fans.
In partnership with StarWars.com, the toy company will debut Smuggler’s Bounty, featuring exclusive Star Wars collectibles, apparel and accessories. The first box, titled Star Wars: The Force Awakens (unsurprisingly enough), will ship in November.
After releasing Pop! and Dorbz collectibles based on Batman ’66, Funko has tuned back in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel with Vinyl Idolz figures from Vinyl Sugar inspired by the classic television series.
Arriving in October, the collection features 8-inch versions of Adam West’s Batman, Burt Wad’s Robin, Yvonne Craig’s Batgirl and Cesar Romero’s Joker, with the Clown Prince of Crime most closely resembling his TV counterpart. Still, there’s something almost charming about the Boy Wonder’s glassy-eyed stare.
While we know we’re not supposed to touch Lola, Funko is making it tough to resist with this upcoming addition to its Pop! Rides line.
Arriving in October, the new Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. collectible features Director Phil Coulson with his prized possession, the high-flying, flamethrowing 1962 Chevrolet Corvette better known as Lola. And, yes, Director Coulson, we realize Lola’s not just a collectible.